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French Course Code

French Course Code

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French Course Code

Do you want to study French? or if you have gotten admission in the Department of French, here are what you need to know.

SSCE requirement:

Five (5) important credit subject include:

 

(1) English

(2) Maths

(3) Agriculture (Biology)

(4) Chemistry

(5) Physic

French is one of the course concern about the study or understanding the language of France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Canada, in several countries of northern and western Africa and the Caribbean.

Duration of study:  4 years

Note that, all fresh graduate from senior secondary school, by any means of processing admission either through JAMB, etc. to study French at any Polytechnic, College of Education and University of your choice, the prerequisite that determines your eligibility for admission is a subject combination of French.

JAMB – Subject Combination

French. – English, French, CRK, Literature

The above subjects are the key requirement to be registered during the jamb admission registration form.

Meanwhile, If you are a newly admitted students, the area of concentration is what we are looking at in this article.

The list of courses you need to study as a first-year or fresh students in any tertiary institution include:

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Programme: B.A. French

 

Session: 2015/2016

 

100 LEVEL – FIRST SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 1201 Introduction to French

grammar structures I

2 C
2. FRE 1203 French Conversation I 2 C
3 FRE 1211 Practical French 2 C
4 FRE 1213 Extensive reading of prescribed text I 2 C
5. FRE 1215 Laboratory Work I 2 C
Select 4 credits from English
6 ENG 1211 Introduction to

Language

2 E
7 ENG 1213 Grammar 2 E
Select 2 credits from Hausa
8 NLH 1215 Introduction to Hausa verbal system 2 E
9 GSP 1211 Communication             in

English I

2 C

TOTAL (1ST Semester)          18

 

100 LEVEL – SECOND SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 1202 Composition Writing in

French

2 C
2. FRE 1204 Introduction to French

grammar structures II

2 C
3 FRE 1222 French Conversation II 2 C

 

4 FRE 1224 Extensive reading of

prescribed text II

2 C
5. FRE 1206 Laboratory Work II 2 C
Select 2 credits from English
6 ENG 1226 Introduction to

Morphology

2 E
Select 2 credits from Hausa
7 NLH 1224 Introduction to Hausa

Modern Literature

2 E
8 GSP 1212 Communication             in

English II

2 C

TOTAL (2ND Semester)         16

 

200 LEVEL – FIRST SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 2201 Survey of French Literature 16-17th

Centuries

2 C
2 FRE 2203 Introduction to

Phonetics and Phonology I

2 C
3 FRE 2211 French grammatical

structures

2 C
4 FRE 2213 Critical appreciation

literature

2 C
5. FRE 2215 Introduction to French

Drama

2 C
Select 4 credits from English
6 ENG 2211 Introduction to

Linguistics

2 E
7 ENG 2207 Grammar 2 E
Select 2 credits from Hausa
8 NLH 2203 Hausa Morphology I 2 E
9. GSP 2211 Peace       and       Conflict

Resolution

2 C

 

10. EDS 2211 Intro to Entrep. 2 C
Direct Entry Only
11 GSP 1211 Communication             in

English I

2 C

TOTAL (1ST Semester)            20 (22 DE)

 

200 LEVEL – SECOND SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT

UNIT

STATUS
1. FRE 2202 Advanced Practical French 2 C
2. FRE 2204 Survey of French Literature

18th Century

2 C
3 FRE 2206 Advanced studies in oral

and written comprehension

2 C
4 FRE 2222 Introduction to culture and civilization African

countries

2 C
5 FRE 2224 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology II 2 C
Select 2 credits from English
6 ENG 2222 Introduction to Phonetics and Phonology 2 E
Select 2 credits from Hausa
7 NLH 2202 Hausa Oral Literature 2 E
8 GSP 2222 Scientific Thinking 2 C
9 GSP 2220 Environmental Health 2 C
Direct Entry Only
10 GSP 1212 Communication in English II 2 C

TOTAL (2ND Semester)           18 (20 DE)

300 LEVEL FIRST SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 3311 Translation I 3 C
2. FRE 3301 Advanced studies in

French language structures

3 C
3 FRE 3303 French literature 19th

century: Poetry & Drama

3 C
4 FRE 3313 Introduction to African

literature in French

3 C
5 FRE 3315 Advanced Formal and Informal writing in

French

3 C

TOTAL (1ST Semester)          15

300 LEVEL SECOND SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 3302 Translation II 3 C
2. FRE 3304 Introduction to African

Drama

3 C
3 FRE 3306 French literature 19th

century: Prose

3 C
4 FRE 3308 Introduction to

Research

3 C
5 FRE 3322 Introduction to project

writing in French

3 C
Select 3 credits from below
6 FRE 3310 Caribbean             French

literature Language

3 E
7. EDS 3222 Entrepreneurship 2 C

TOTAL (2ND Semester)         20

 

400 LEVEL – FIRST SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 4311 Translation I 3 C
2 FRE 4301 Linguistics applied in

teaching French Language I

3 C
3 FRE 4336 20th Century French

literature : Poetry & Drama

3 C
4 FRE 4313 Advanced creative

writing in French

3 C
5 FRE 4315 Post-independence Francophone African literature: Poetry &

Drama

3 C

TOTAL (1ST Semester)          15

400 LEVEL – SECOND SEMESTER

 

S/NO. COURSE

CODE

COURSE TITLE CREDIT UNIT STATUS
1. FRE 4302 Translation II 3 C
2 FRE 4322 Linguistics applied in teaching French

Language II

3 C
3 FRE 4204 20th Century French literature: Prose 2 C
4 FRE 4324 Dissertation in French 3 C
5 FRE 4600 Project 6 C
Select 3 credits from the list below
6 FRE 4306 Literary Criticism 3 E
FRE 4308 Study of world literature

in translation

3 E

TOTAL (2ND Semester)         20

Candidates are hereby informed that the registration of course form always lasts for two (2) weeks after the resumption. The hard copy print out should be submitted to the Faculty officer for verification and authorisation.

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